Nominations for the Leaders in WellBeing Awards are now invited. The Awards will recognise organisations, government departments, charities and entrepreneurs who make health and wellbeing a core priority within their workplace and encourage a consistent, positive approach to the health and wellbeing of all employees. They will also recognise the expertise and range of services offered by the growing number of health and wellbeing practitioners in the Channel Islands.
The Awards in 2020 are:
Awards Nominations to be received at the LATEST by Thursday, 1st October 2020.
Short-listed nominations to be announced on Monday, 5th October 2020.
Leaders in WellBeing – RE-IMAGINED 2020 to be held from Monday, 2nd to Friday, 6th November 2020.
Leaders in WellBeing – RE-IMAGINED 2020 will host a range of local and international expert speakers who will address key topical aspects of leadership and wellbeing in the workplace, showcasing best practice and key trends in workplace wellbeing, culture and stress management, and will offer business leaders, entrepreneurs, government officials, managers, and HR and corporate wellbeing professionals valuable insights and practical takeaways for implementing their own successful wellbeing strategies.
Each day will run from 10am to 1pm, with recordings for the delegates.
Day 1 – ‘What’s Next for Wellbeing in the Workplace’
Day 2 – ‘Wellbeing in the COVID Age – Preventative Wellbeing and Mental and Financial Wellbeing’
Day 3 – Breaking the Stigma in the Workplace – Women’s Health – Men’s Health – Diversity – Mental Health at Work’
Day 4 – Building Resilience and Immunity – Wellbeing Starts With You – The Whole Person at Work’
Day 5 – ‘Leader to Leader – A Choice of Coaching/Mentoring Sessions for Leaders’.
Specific topics will include: ‘Taking Culture to the Next Level’, ‘Social Wellbeing and the Value of Connection at Work’, ‘Menopause and Manopause’, ‘Men’s Health and Opening Up’, ‘Lessons and Practical Outcomes of Lived Experience in the C Suite’, ‘Nutrition: Your Secret Weapon for Performance’, and much more.
The Winners of the 2020 Awards will be announced on Day 5 at 4pm to 5pm.
2020 will see the introduction of a range of expert health and wellbeing practitioners, either online or on your own premises (with prior arrangement). These will include:
Emotional Stress Release tasters with Claire De Gruchy of Shalbeck Life Centre; Indian Head Massage with Natalie Cummins of Serafina; Anxiety and Stress Management demos with Yolanda Saez Castello of Tap It Better; Office Stretch with Magda of Future Health, and more.
We are currently looking at the possibility of corporates/schools in Jersey being able to arrange their own ‘Expo’ with wellbeing practitioners on-site. This would be available to organisations who have booked 12+ tickets, on a first come first served basis. More info will be available shortly.
Please complete this form below to submit your entry.
Supporting documentation may also be submitted. Multiple entries across a range of Awards categories are invited. Entries to be received by midnight on Thursday, 1st October 2020.
This award celebrates those employers who embed health and wellbeing within the organisation’s management processes and procedures in a way that contributes to long-lasting culture change, for example, including health and wellbeing in the skills and knowledge requirements of line managers, and also in their personal objectives and performance reviews. It will also recognise those organisations which specifically focus on promoting a culture of appreciation in the workplace.
This award recognises employers who demonstrate support for their employees’ financial wellbeing as integral to a wider wellbeing programme. Stress caused by pay levels, lack of financial awareness or an absence or employee benefits is known to affect work performance. The award will recognise employers who focus on building rapport with employees, acknowledging their specific needs, whilst being careful not to overstep or push too fast in order to help them achieve their personal targets. Typical programmes may include schemes such as spending management tools and savings vehicles.